18th November 2009

Internationale Kampagne gegen Stierkämpfe in China

INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE RETURN OF BULLFIGHTS TO CHINA

INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT AGAINST BULLFIGHTS
MOVIMENTO INTERNACIONAL ANTI-TOURADAS
MOVIMIENTO INTERNACIONAL ANTITAURINO
MOUVEMENT INTERNATIONAL ANTI CORRIDAS

www.iwab.org

Dear Friends,

As you know there were bullfights in Shangai in 2004. After that attempts were made in 2005, 2006 and 2007 to hold bullfights in other Chinese cities.

According to several articles published in Spanish newspapers, bullfights will return to China.
But now it will not be a one off but to stay. What is being programmed is to build a bullring in Beijing near the Great Wall (in a theme park dedicated to Spain) that would be inaugurated in October 2010 with two bullfights and after that in 2011, 16 bullfights would take place. To facilitate these a breeding bull facility will be created in China with the Chinese government paying the import of 100 cows and 100 bulls.
These animals are due to be send to China within 3 months.
Obviously that once they have bulls breeding in China they will be able to have their own stocks which will enable them to build other bullrings in other cities and perform bullfights all over the country.
We must prevent at all cost that this project goes ahead otherwise we will have another country with bullfights.

We all know that China is a lost cause when animals are concerned but we do believe that if they are bombarded with emails they may rethink and back off. We cannot allow the bullfighting industry expansionism.

The article in Spanish can be read at:

China prepara un parque temático sobre España con corridas de toros

Please send protest letters to:

Por favor envíen cartas de protesta para:

Por favor envíen cartas de protesta para:

Pres. Hu Jintao
Vice Pres. Xi Jinping
suggestion@mail.gov.cn
content@mail.gov.cn

Min. of Agriculture
nzzd@agri.gov.cn
webmaster_En@agri.gov.cn
webmaster@agri.gov.cn

Min. of Education
english@moe.edu.cn

Min. of Culture
webmaster@ccic.gov.cn

Min. of Foreign Affairs
webmaster@mfa.gov.cn

Min. of Commerce
mofcom@mofcom.gov.cn

http://gzly.mofcom.gov.cn/website/pubmail/send_mail_en.jsp

China Daily
lengmo@chinadaily.com.cn

Beijing Daily
jbw@bjd.com.cn

People’s Daily
info@peopledaily.com.cn

China View
english@xinhuanet.com

Por favor no olviden enviar cartas para las embajadas. En esto enlace tenéis todas las embajadas por países:

http://chinese-embassies.mychinastart.com/

Por favor dejen comentários en:

http://service.china.org.cn/link/wcm/comments_e

Para:
suggestion@mail.gov.cn,content@mail.gov.cn,nzzd@agri.gov.cn,
webmaster_En@agri.gov.cn,webmaster@agri.gov.cn,english@moe.edu.cn,
webmaster@ccic.gov.cn, webmaster@mfa.gov.cn, mofcom@mofcom.gov.cn

CC:
lengmo@chinadaily.com.cn,jbw@bjd.com.cn,info@peopledaily.com.cn,
english@xinhuanet.com

Dear Sirs,

I was saddened to learn that a Spanish matador named Manolo Sánchez has been contracted to provide breeding stock and matadors to establish bullfighting in China in a bullring to be constructed in Beijing near the Great Wall.

http://www.abc.es/20091116/toros-/china-toros-200911161347.html

Bullfighting is a horribly cruel ritual in which a bull is slowly killed with swords. China is a country which is developing rapidly, and its people are quickly becoming more understanding in their relationship with animals. Bullfighting however, is an outmoded tradition in Europe that is steadily losing support due to the suffering that is inflicted upon the bulls. This is why its advocates are so keen to export it to what they see as a new market. They know that unless they expand into other countries, their “sport” will be ended soon.

In Europe, bullfights are becoming increasingly unprofitable, with many bullrings much less than half full.

There are some European customs that might possibly enrich the Chinese people, but this is not one of them. I urge you to do all that you can to prevent this loss-making barbarity from corrupting China and its culture.

Yours sincerely
Nombre/País

Por los Animales
Maria Lopes
Coordinadora del Movimiento Internacional Anti Taurino
www.iwab.org

Mittwoch, November 18th, 2009, 00:08 | Protestschreiben, Adresslisten und Briefe, STIERKAMPF | kommentieren | Trackback

3 Kommentare zu “Internationale Kampagne gegen Stierkämpfe in China”

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  1. 1 18. November 2009, Edith Fischer schreibt:

    Grausamkeiten an Schwachen, egal ob an Tieren oder Menschen,als Kulturerbe zu betrachten,ist ein Zeichen von krankhaften und fehl geleitetem seelischen Verhalten. Eine Gesellschaft, die Freude daran hat, Tiere zu quälen ist dem Untergang geweiht. Im 21. Jahrhundert sollten wir aufgeklärt sein, endlich Frieden mit den Tieren zu schließen. Das wäre der Beginn einer weltweiten Friedensaktion für alle, für Tiere, Menschen und Natur. Das chinesische Volk sollte sich wieder auf ihre wunderbare Religion, wie dem Zen-Buddhismus besinnen,so würde sich das Problem von alleine lösen.

  2. 2 19. November 2009, Hanspeter Frey schreibt:

    Nicht auch noch China, das für seine Brutalitäten im Zusammenhang mit der Tierwelt, bereits schon einen traurigen Ruf geniesst.
    Hsp. Frey CH 4410 Liestal

  3. 3 20. November 2009, Claudia schreibt:

    @man würde doch meinen das China schon genug an Leid und Elend sät.
    Aber wundern tut es mich nicht im geringsten,China war (und ist) immer schon ein Land in dem Tierquälerei in der perversesten Form allgegenwärtig ist.

    Aber eben wer schon die Menschenrechte mit Füssen tritt,wird bestimmt die Rechte der Tiere auch NIEMALS akzeptieren.

    Claudia

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